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Old 03-25-2008, 03:14 AM   #361
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So "tea" is no longer a beverage? It's now a meal, too? I can be silly, too. I'm going to have morning Coke tomorrow (no coke included, but of course, you oughta fucking know that or you're an ignorant New Zealander/Australian).
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I've had my iPod for three years and it doesn't have a mark on it.

I had my old phone for nearly 4 or 5 years and it's not in great shape, but it's still quite acceptable.

I've had my new phone since my birthday, 5 days ago. I've been using the phone for 4 days and the bloody thing is already scratched to hell.
Maybe you're just using it more because it's new?
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It's always "Tea-time" here at night unless we're pretending to be posh
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Funny how the usage of 'tea' to refer to a meal is centuries old. Not my fault you and your ignorant compatriots weren't aware of it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea%2C_South_Dakota

Let's visit this place next. No one will know what the hell is going on.
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Funny how the usage of 'tea' to refer to a meal is centuries old. Not my fault you and your ignorant compatriots weren't aware of it.

Centuries old or not, it's still very silly to name a meal after a beverage, when the meal has nothing to do with the beverage. Must've just been poor planning by the English.
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From powder, or straight out of a bottle? Love that stuff, I must say.
FROM POWDER? YOU CAN DO THAT? EW!

I had the Lemon flavour straight from the bottle. I'll give the other flavours a go. But it is a little high in sugars if i don't really love the other flavours to keep going back to.
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Centuries old or not, it's still very silly to name a meal after a beverage, when the meal has nothing to do with the beverage. Must've just been poor planning by the English.
English is a fucking retarded language. Ough sound, for example. Plough, dough, through etc
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Ok, enough of the tea talk.

I demand you all to buddy list me.

Why? Who the fuck cares. I want to be a buddywhore too!!!

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Maybe you're just using it more because it's new?
Not really. I think it's because its because it isn't a flip top phone and unlike my old phone all of its surfaces are more prone to scratching.
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FROM POWDER? YOU CAN DO THAT? EW!

I had the Lemon flavour straight from the bottle. I'll give the other flavours a go. But it is a little high in sugars if i don't really love the other flavours to keep going back to.
You can, but it sometimes clumps together and that's just . Lemon flavor is the best, I've found, but tastebuds vary.
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Funny how the usage of 'tea' to refer to a meal is centuries old. Not my fault you and your ignorant compatriots weren't aware of it.
yeah a midafternoon meal, not dinner
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English is a fucking retarded language. Ough sound, for example. Plough, dough, through etc
Tough, rough.
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Centuries old or not, it's still very silly to name a meal after a beverage, when the meal has nothing to do with the beverage. Must've just been poor planning by the English.
Oh, stop being a fucking dickhead. Now are you going to bitch about how 'windy' can describe both the weather ("gee, it's windy today") or a twisty road ("a windy mountain road"). Words have different meanings, even if you're too ignorant to know them. DEAL WITH IT.

For God's sake, I can't stand you Americans sometimes.
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Ok, enough of the tea talk.

I demand you all to buddy list me.

Why? Who the fuck cares. I want to be a buddywhore too!!!

lol, i've got a huge buddy list.

It's the result of mis-clicking whilst scrolling down the page.
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